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Celebrate individual liberty and independence on Writestream Tuesday with Dariaanne on July 8 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes more talented, freedom-loving authors to the show.
In the first hour, Dariaanne will speak with the multi-talented and highly accomplished Alexandra Swann, author of several books including her latest release, The Planner:
Once a top-producing real estate agent with a successful business and a beautiful home, Kris Mitchell is a victim of the economic downturn. She has lost her home to foreclosure, and her long-time boyfriend has married someone else. Then, just when she has almost given up hope for a better future, an opportunity presents itself for her to become a Level 1 Planner for a newly created federal agency that will implement the Retire America Act of 2013. After persuading her own aging parents to sign over all of their assets, Kris learns that the government’s plan to confiscate the wealth and property of America’s retirees in exchange for lifelong care in the Smart Seniors community has some serious downsides.
In the second hour, the Right-Wing Riot returns with the scary smart Jamie K. Wilson, the mysterious and alluring Ms. Always Right, and Griff Griffis, who IS the Prince of Whitebread. It will be a regular feature due to popular demand.
Our Special guest will be Alexandra Swann. We will also be discussing the the latest on the Stanley situation. If you''ve been facing some of the same struggles or have experienced discrimination for homeschooling or other religious beliefs, then we encourage you to join us tonight at 6 pm central time. Magellan will be your host. Our call-in number is: (323) 870-4080
Magellan will interview Alexandra Swann as she discusses the real threat that Agenda 21 and UN policies pose to US sovereignty and our future as a free nation in this informative interview!
More about Alexandra Swann:
In 1986, Alexandra Swann graduated at fifteen years of age with a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts from Brigham Young University and a GPA of 3.85. The following year, when she was sixteen, she received a Master’s Degree in History from California State University. After graduation, she taught history and English as a second language for four years at El Paso Community College. In 1989, her book, No Regrets: How Homeschooling Earned me a Master’s Degree at Age Sixteen, was published, in which she details her experiences with homeschooling.
For fifteen years, from 1998- 2013, Alexandra was self-employed in the financial services industry in El Paso, Texas. As a small business owner who was active in the community and on various civic boards, she learned first-hand the challenges that excessive regulations create for small businesses. In 2012 she received the SBA’s Regional Minority Small Business Champion of the Year award.
In 2010, Alexandra and her mother incorporated Frontier 2000 Media Group to produce clean, wholesome, inspirational entertainment for families. Follow her on Twitter @alexandraswann, and visit her blog. PAYING FOR PROTECTION
The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, May 20, 2015, at its new time from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).
Last week we talked why true relationship building rises above social, and this week we’re going to talk about how disruptive technologies will empower the future of HR.
The next 5-10 years will bring unprecedented change to the workplace and the role of Human Resources. There will be those disruptive digital HR technologies that will influence the form and function of HR in a myriad of ways including how and where we work today, how we recruit and hire, and how we train and develop the workforce.
Not every technological disruption will be adopted nor will it transform HR for the better, but the fact remains that empowering a better workplace and workforce has already started today.
Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we talk about how disruptive technologies will empower the future of HR with this week’s guest: Alexandra Levit, Future of Work speaker, writer and author of “They Don't Teach Corporate in College.”
Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors and partners: Dice, Jibe, RecruitiFi, TalentWise, Hootsuite, IBM, CareerBuilder, PeopleFluent, Silkroad, Predictive Analytics World for Workforce and HRmarketer Insight. Plus, we're big CandE supporters!
Join us for a Evening with Ella Curry: Intimate Conversations. Ella is the president of EDC Creations. Sit back and enjoy a chat with some of the most talented authors on the planet. Learn more about the featured books and hear the authors read from their new releases. You will have the First Glimpse of a excerpt from the book! Give the Gift of Knowledge, give books as gifts!
Authors and Publishers, visit the EDC Creations website for more book promotion opportunities: www.edc-creations.com. EDC Creations provides authors, journalists and publishers innovative marketing and branding consultations with a special focus on the African American literary community. We are also the publishers of the highly popular Black Pearls Magazine and the founders of the Sankofa Literary Society, which now has more than 1,800 members across the United States.
Become the next featured author or speaker on the BAN Radio with Ella Curry, click here: www.edc-creations.com/banradiopromo.htm
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Today at 11 AM Pacific Time, join Beth Donnelly and Dagny Grant on I AM U Radio as they interview The Karma Queens...two amazing women, the first, Carmen Harra, PhD, a world renowned author, psychologist and intuitive; and the other, her daughter Alexandra Harra, a gorgeous model, life coach, and Huffington post columnist.
Dr. Harra, and her daughter Alexandra will talk about their new book The Karma Queens' Guide to Relationships. In it they reference Karma as the missing ingredient to changing what's not working...to what is! And they are here today to reveal the secret of how to transform your relationships, including attracting or keeping your soul mate.
Listen in today or call in with your questions!
This week, Barbara Ehrenreich discusses “Rise of the Robots” and “Shadow Work”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Andrew Solomon talks about Oliver Sacks’s new memoir, “On the Move”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
Billy Grima is a singer/ songwriter living in the Caledon Hills of Ontario, Canada. Born in Blacktown, NSW Australia, Billy started writing at a very young age and was singing in a church choir by the age of 8 years old. At 15, Billy moved to Canada and settled in Toronto. Like classic singer/songwriters, Billy Joel, Jim Croce, James Taylor and Bob Dylan, life daily realities and everyday events are a source of Billys inspiration. His smooth and soulful sound has earned him comparisons to contemporaries Jason Mraz, Ed Sheeran, Jack Johnson and even Bruno Mars.Billy has 3 albums to his credit: Im Just Standing , A Little Piece Of Heaven and his latest, titled Sugar & Cream, produced and engineered by Pete Swann (Glass Tiger’s Alan Connely, Adrian and Justin Lifeson, sons of Rush’s Alex Lifeson.) Sugar & Cream features a tasty blend of pop, rock, soul and Americana, including the first single, “Pleasure To Have Met You.” The album is going for worldwide radio adds this spring.
Michelle Materre and Alexandra Nichole Salazar
Michell is a Professor At The New School, Media Relations. Founder, CEO and Curator Of “Creatively Speaking Film Series” that has brought the most exciting, innovative and creative new film makers and their films for the past nineteen years to the Greater New York City area. She is the first independent Black film distributor in America. Her commitment to presenting and preserving the Black Film genre is unbending and relentless.
Alexandra is a Senior at the New School, Women's Studies and Michelle’s assistant
This week, Tom Perrotta discusses Kate Atkinson’s “A God in Ruins”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Ruth Franklin talks about Shirley Jackson; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
The PM40 Daily Show is a wrap-up of how the PM40, the forest industry/pulp and paper stock index, fared today. We highlight the top winners, along with the top decliners. If you you’re on Twitter, just go to simultweet.com and follow Pulp & Paper Radio International (@pulpnpaperradio).
This PM40 update has been provided only as a courtesy to our listeners. Nothing said here is to be construed as financial advice. Always consult with financial professionals before taking action on market data from any source.
Opening and closing audio by Chuck Swann.
On today's show, Geoengineering Activist, Alexandra May Hunter joins me again and we'll get the latest updates on what's happening with chemtrails on the legal front across America and the planet. Alexandra is trying to get to go to Paris for a climate conference and bring her tireless energy there to bring more atmospheric awareness to the minds of hearts of Europeans. Please join us as we touch the sky.
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